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FOX News
Nov 8, 2013 6:00am PST
. bill: there it is for now and what about it? jonas, good morning to you. did he go far enough? >> i don't think so. that sounded like the most passive-aggressive apology we have heard from a president in a while. bill: you say the was too cute, using a passive voice. >> he said we could have been more clear. that implies they were clear about something and they were honest about something, just not clear enough about it when in reality they were clearly dishonest. they said something over and over again were clearly that wasn't true. he can't admit that. this whole statement doesn't jive with the rest of his statement that these aren't the droids you are looking for. i don't think this will clear the air. i think they are trying to buy time. bill: because? what comes next? >> we don't know what kathleen sebelius is about to say. maybe she says she designed this website in a drunken stupor like the toronto mayor. but it sounds like they are laying the ground work for a website that won't work november 30. he's trying to give the democrats some flexibility that he met with this week. bill
FOX News
Nov 26, 2013 6:00am PST
, republicans don't have an alternative or they don't seem like they have a solution to all these problems. those numbers could turn back around again. martha: that's a great point. you look at this as you get further down the road and people will start to weave their way down the program. and no doubt there will be people who say, yeah, through, i got understand. the sky didn't fall on me. and this issue may sort of move again as you are referencing. so what do you think republicans need to do if they want to continue to see the numbers they are seeing in this poll? >> they could do nothing. that is an argument some republicans and consequence are using. the employer mandate will be implemented starting the beginning of 2015. so by the time the 2014 elections are rolling around. all those letters in the individual market will be flowing in to people in the employer market which is much more vast than the individual market. but i think republicans ought to be thinking about what kind of changes they would bring to the table, to the healthcare system. nobody likes their insurance company ev
FOX News
Nov 14, 2013 6:00am PST
plan. they just select ad health plan. they haven't paid anything yet. don't have to pay until next month. they have merely selected, 26,000 people. >> doesn't mean they're enrolled. >> 26,000 people selected a plan. compare that to the 500,000 people they expected to have enrolled by the end of october, nowhere near that total. and by the way, five million cancellation letters have gone out. so five million people have been notified, hey, we lost our insurance coverage and they only brought on 106,000 through these exchanges nationwide. the numbers, gregg, are flat-out terrible. >> you've been talking, stu, about the collapse of obamacare recently which is pretty strong stuff. are you sticking with that and isn't it true that there are actually a couple of ways that it could collapse? >> yes. there are two routes to collapse and the machinery is in motion for both of them. number one, you've got to have a lot, millions of young, healthy people sign up and pay into the insurance pool. you've got to have those healthy young people sign up and pay in. the government is not telling us
FOX News
Nov 15, 2013 6:00am PST
this, or i'll come after you. martha: i don't know how much leverage he will have, but, stuart, thank you very much. what will the insurance industry say about this. if you lost your plan can you call them up and say i want to keep it for one more year? we are going to talk to a former top executive at a major insurance company who knows the ins and outs of all of this. and he will give us answers to the chaos stuart talked about. we'll talk to congressman fred upton. his bill will be vote on that will allow to you keep your insurance and get that substandard plan. also the president will be -- the president talked about the plan if you couldn't keep it. senator barrasso will also be joining us. michele bachmann will be here. michele bachmann said what she wanted to do more than anything was repeal obamacare, and republicans have been called every name in the book officer trying to top this plan. gregg: senator brasplan.gregg -- gregg: what is the political fallout. not often you see an american presidenpresident tell the amern people his critics were right. >> everyone is focused on
FOX News
Nov 11, 2013 6:00am PST
. >> and thank you so much for watching. hemmer and mccallum are next and don't forget, the after the show show coming your way. bill: thank you, guys, good morning. a whole new week. stunning news out of southeast asia. 10,000 fear dead, entire towns washed away. one of the most powerful storms to hit land destroys parts of the philippines. look at new pictures and devastation from the air. u.s. marines are now on the ground. they're getting supplies, the survivors can be nearly impossible. too many images to go through today. good morning, i'm bill hemmer on a monday as we start a new week. welcome to "america's newsroom." martha: unbelievable images. good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. a marine commander said, every house he saw was destroyed and quote, bodies everywhere. bill: the typhoon hit with wind reaching nearly 200 miles an hour bringing a 20-foot storm surge strong enough to put this massive tanker onshore on top of homes. >> incredible. survivors are picking through what is left. you can see there is not much. many appear to be in shock and wander the streets and beg for
FOX News
Nov 18, 2013 6:00am PST
of the state. investigators say carbon monoxide is the reason for the deaths. they don't know exactly where it came from. they're looking into whether a small explosion caused it. two injured miners are still in the hospital. bill: what now for obamacare? get this, william weizen former commissioner of washington, d.c. 24 hours criticizing the president's fix of last thursday. this man was caned by the mayor. white questioned whether or not the change could backfire leaving more people in health care limbo. steven hayes, senior writer, "weekly standard,", fox news contributor, instudio here in new york! >> food to be here. bill: i feel like krauthamer should be here and powers in the middle and hayes should be over there. nice to see you. i flew to the west coast over the weekend. i was on my ipad, wi-fi system on the plane reading as much as i possibly could what will happen right now. i can't figure it out. >> right. bill: am i stupid on am i confused or just like everybody else out there that does not know what's going to happen? >> you're just like everybody else. it is a fascinating st
FOX News
Nov 25, 2013 6:00am PST
and the one thing that is absolutely indispensab indispensable, intrusive, i notice inspections don't happen. we guess to put a couple of cameras around a couple of sites, don't get to revisit the sites themselves, we can check the film in the cameras. if anybody can tell me what iran really gave up here in exchange for us losing the sanctions allowing them to prepare to move forward with a nuclear program, i am willing to listen. >> i have the impression over the weekend these inspectors will have free reign 24 hours per day, seven days per week. now the ugly. the delegitimize his the nuclear threshold so iran goes nuclear at some point and the rest of the middle east follows. >> i don't think any serious person who pays attention to this situation has believed obama is going to defend israel against iranian nuclear weapons. a tragedy here is that both obama and secretary kerry desperately wants to go down in history as great men. they don't realize to achieve greatness you cannot do it at any cost. tiny men in great big suits like back in the talking heads days. they are betraying our alli
FOX News
Nov 27, 2013 6:00am PST
the last election. bill: these are groups that don't have to reveal who are giving them money. >> reporter: they are 501chs, you give money to them, you don't have to reveal your name. let me quote darrell issa. he says this is an effort give the administration to get what political advantage they can when they can. he believes it's being pushed about it administration for political advantage. meaning it would slant towards the left. it would almost punish the right and that's how he sees it. bill: you wonder if it could affect one side more than the other. >> reporter: the rules are the same for both sides. but many of the big donors want to remain anonymous and they are republicans and conservatives. it probably affects them a great deal more than the left. bill: would it need congressional approval? is this a congressional approval? >> reporter: no, it's a rule change. it simply needs to be approved by the treasury and the white house. it's a rule change, not a new law. it would affect 2016, probably not 2014. stuart, have a great thanksgiving. i know you adopted our holiday with vigor.
FOX News
Nov 21, 2013 6:00am PST
who have have it free or subsidized. it's a political and economic bombshell. i don't think you can stand up. bill: it will hit in the fall of next year and kelly ayotte is going to take that on. if you want to save money and you are running a company, you look at structural costs. the costs are in health insurance in many way. if you are going to save money you want to cut it out. >> you don't go out there and hire a lot of new people. in fact you cut your workforce if you possibly can because your costs have just gone straight up. bill: we'll see how many companies resist that temptation. stuart varney. martha: the issue of the latest broken promise being heralded on the front of "time" magazine. you remember when the president repeatedly said this. >> if you like your healthcare plan, you can keep your healthcare plan, period. if you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. martha: that was part two of the promise. now a new report says that insurance companies are going to limit your choice of doctors and your choice of hospitals and all of this is in an e
FOX News
Nov 6, 2013 6:00am PST
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FOX News
Nov 22, 2013 6:00am PST
the people's business done. what they don't expect is for one party be it republican or democrat to change the rules in the middle of the game so that they can make all the decisions while the other party is told some sit down and keep quiet. march where vice president joe biden and harry reid all slammed the move when the shy was on the other foot. bill: mitch mcconnell talking it a step further saying not only is this a bad idea. but democrats will live to regret it. what do you think? does it change the way washington governs itself? send a tweet @billhemmer. martha: it becomes an arm like the house. if you can pass it on a simple majority it changes the dynamics. he he this is not just about a diversionary tactic from obamacare. it's a deep-seeded change. bill: we have breaking news on obamacare. martha: there are new details on what could be a political move for the white house on obamacare. it's pushing back enrollment period for next year from october 15 to one month later, move 15 which conveniently fall right after the mid-term election. the administration claims it's meant to giv
FOX News
Nov 4, 2013 6:00am PST
money. if young, healthy people don't pay into this system, there's not much money going in. if a lot of older, sicker people go into the system, they're taking a lot of people out. if the young people don't front up and put real money into this system, they will be taking very little out, so insurers have to raise their premiums, raise the cost of insurance they are offering so fewer people in role. that is the death spiral. things are not going well at this moment. martha: many people coming in are coming in from free care. they would have the best motivation to logon and try to get something. stuart: headline for the u.s. time says three for millions under the care act. including the medicaid people getting it totally free. that means the government has to be putting in, the taxpayer has a pudding and a lot more money because it is given away for free or huge subsidy. both sides of the fence not working. young, healthy people not in their money in. it is just not workable. martha: if it has to be pushed somewhere, to be pushed onto insurance companies who would push on to the custo
FOX News
Nov 5, 2013 6:00am PST
it it was a premeditated lie. before they said those word they were told those word were not true. things like that don't just slip into presidential speeches. >> reporter: there are an he can dakota at indications insurance companies will be raising their rates when they anticipate everyone with a preexisting condition who couldn't get insurance in the fast will be enrolled. and when younger people are waiting to see if they have to pay a tax penalty and how much that penalty is. bill: the american people will judge for themselves. martha: i think what has people so nervous is they didn't anticipate there would be this gap. they would have to be in limboland and what these so call wonderful choices are. and that's what's unnerving the american public. bill: you are going to meet a gentleman next hour who has been kicks off his insurance plan in california. he has 41 days to sign up and get his family of four signed up on a web site that's not working in a lot of place. martha: another alert on capitol hill as we wait for a hearing on obamacare that's set to get started at the top of the hour. medicare
FOX News
Nov 12, 2013 6:00am PST
. they don't want a bought the neck in manila so they have to make sure the airports are working because you will have the cranes coming in, the bulldozers to take care of the mass graves. thirdly, you have to have security for all these supplies. the red cross lost 25,000 meals. people are hungry, they are desperate. i was told they can't get plies into the cities because people are attacking it along the way. those are the three priorities they have happening. they have a state of emergency. you have got checkpoints and a curfew from 6:00 to 6:00, that should help as they restore peace and orderliness to these areas so they can get the restoration underway. martha: they need all of our support. they need the whole world's support and our prayer as well. we'll see you later with more on what's going on there. bill: getting aid to all those people in tacloban will be a monumental challenge. hear is what's left of that city's airport. one example of how extensive the damage is at the moment. it's making it imposter rescue workers to -- it's make it impossible for rescue workers to get aid and
FOX News
Nov 1, 2013 6:00am PDT
him the truth serum, here's where we're at, mr. president? i don't want you to look bad. did any of that happen? >> obviously the congress can't summon to testify about this. we know the president will not write code for the website. would you think this is his signature achievement, that marks his time in the white house so far that he would want to make sure, almost on a minute-by-minute basis would rollout successfully. obvious the president has to delegate some of that responsibility. chief of staff is obvious candidate, somebody who would stay on the thing 24/7. yet what we figured out so far they really didn't know how bad it was going to be. they knew there were problems. there were contractors saying this ain't going well, but they decided to go ahead with it on october 1st. martha: that is one of those stories, byron, we'll find out later down the road because the true story of what was going on behind the scenes at the white house during this rollout, how inquisitive the president really was or was not about how well things were going, as we all know, from having covere
FOX News
Nov 7, 2013 6:00am PST
>> don't miss this tomorrow. >> we got a busy day tomorrow. joey in the after the show show. off go to "america's newsroom." see you tomorrow. bill: six people on a couch with a dog. is the united front and obamacare starting to crack. concerns that the website debacle could haunt lawmakers in 2014. democrats meet at the white house which is described as an emergency meeting. martha: we are hearing democrats proposed delaying the implementation of the law for about a year. >> i made my voice pretty well heard over there. i'm not sure -- i'm yelling at him all the time on some of the issues. i do say if you want to hear from us -- today was more direct. bill: steven hayes, it's amazing how quickly these senators fired off press releases. what is the problem the president faces here. >> one is a substance and one is a credibility issue. the ones supporting him are the only ones talking about the law in a positive way. on the credibility issue this goes to the president's claims if you like your plan you can keep it. all the things the white house has been saying when others are seeing
FOX News
Nov 13, 2013 6:00am PST
to make sure we don't allow unintended consequences to go unaddressed. but there are republicans who aren't so sure the administration is surprised. >> those are not the unintended consequences. those are the intended consequence. >> reporter: there is no word on whether the majority leader in the senate harry reid will allow a vote on that landrieu bill senator feinstein is co-sponsoring. bill: bill clinton, how does he fit into this back and forth debate. >> reporter: remember last year when president obama was running for reelection he called clinton his secretary of explaining stuff. now clinton is calling on the white house to do whatever it takes to stop those cancellation notices. >> i personally believe even if it takes a change to the law the federal government needs to honor the commitment they made to people. >> reporter: the press secretary assures us that president clinton and president obama are still seeing eye to eye. >> the president instructed his team to look at a range of options. understandably you and others ask us for details for what is under consideration. we have
FOX News
Nov 19, 2013 6:00am PST
before the launch. here's what he said. >> i'm accused of a lot of things but i don't think i'm stupid enough to say this is going to be like shopping on amazon or travelocity a week before the website opens if i didn't think it was going to work. martha: we have these documents that seem to prove that kathleen sebelius and others at the white house knew there were problems with this website. robert gibbs suggested maybe people should be let go and should not oversee the rest of this process. we'll get reactions from a republican on the hearing. bill: the white house lowering the bar for the website saying success would be if 80 per of americans were able to sign up for plans at healthcare.gov. when asked about the other 20%, jay carney explained the website isn't such a big deal after all. >> when you talk about the two who may not stay with the website there are a variety of reasons that may not be the case. as hard as we work and will continue to work on improving the website and its functionality it has always been the case we need to make sure there are other avenues for people wi
FOX News
Nov 20, 2013 6:00am PST
will be subsidizing health insurers if they don't make enough money. add it all together it's a political crisis for the president and his signature legislation, obamacare is what i would say is a rolling collapse. bill: what are you finding that could make this even more expensive? >> young people are not enrolling. they can't enroll and they don't want to enroll therefore premiums are going up. the price goes up, the spubs difficulties go up. obamacare is hurting the economy and will be hurting the holiday season. bill: the indecision? >> the chaos and the facts we all know -- most people will be paying a lot more for their healthcare going forward. that takes dollars out of the economy that might otherwise be spent at the walmarts of this world. bill: that matches what walmart said. >> this is not going to be a good holiday accept and obamacare is partly to blame. martha: republicans should share if that blame for the troubled rollout. one side is quote invested in failure. he he that's a real problem with the whole thing. florida nor will respond to that comment in just a few minutes. bill:
FOX News
Nov 28, 2013 6:00am PST
and every year, this is my favorite thing, these pilgrims. i don't know why they're funny. i like them. happy thanksgiving, guys. >> happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. log on for our after the show show. >> americans are digging out after a winter storm rocks the east coast. there is such heavy snow piling up across parts of the northeast and it's stifling plans for thousands of holiday travelers. we know you are trying to fly home for thanksgiving and some of the nation's busiest airport are feeling the brunt of rain and snow, delaying 4,000 flights. i'm jamie colby, welcome to america's newsroom. heather: the balloons will fly as planned in the annual thanksgiving day parade. here is a look at preparation from earlier today. you see, wind gusts slowing down here in new york city. spiderman, all the other thanksgiving day faiths, they are safe to take to the air, jamie. jamie: folks from waiting with bated breath but in connecticut wind are snapping tree lines and take out neighborhood. neighbors say the transformers blew up one by one. >> they burst into flames. it start
FOX News
Nov 29, 2013 6:00am PST
in charge because they don't like the democrats and how they have done healthcare. gregg: a black friday shopping frenzy taking a terrifying turn as a police officer chases a shoplifting suspect out of this mall. >> the officer was struggling to put the subject as he got into the car, then the car started to move as the officer was partially inside the car. the officer was dragged quite a distance. >> reporter: our fox affiliate reporter is live on the scene in romeoville, illinois. tell us the latest information that you have, joni. >> reporter: romeoville is 35 miles of chicago. this is a stand aloaning kohl's store. it d this is a stand alone kohl's score. that's what happened right outside the main doors that lead to the kohl's store. romeoville police were called her to respond to a report of a man stealing clothing. one got in on the passenger side. then they heard how the officer became involved in a struggle. the officer was being dragged by the car. that's when another officer fired into the car striking the driver in the shoulder. the shoppers coming here who heard the shots we
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